Even health aides allowed to enter the Carlisle are screened for signs of illness such as a fever by staff members wearing masks and gloves. ‘We don’t want anything to happen to our residents,’ Carlisle executive director Richard Tournesy says. Photo
By Mary Thurwachter
Before the Lantana Nature Preserve was created in 2000, the property’s buyer — who purchased 13.4 acres to build the Carlisle adult congregate living facility next door — agreed to pay $400,000 to design and construct the park. Th
ABOVE: Professional speaker Myra Goldick uses a motorized chair to counter the effects of post-polio syndrome, for which she had surgery. Her lecture series focuses on living life to the fullest at any age regardless of adversity. BELOW: A Carlisle r
Poet sets reality and romance to rhyme
(and is rewarded with an eager audience)
By Willie Howard
By Libby Volgyes
Ruth Knox is still glowing a bit from the morning political discussion. A lively, animated group had gathered to discuss
Some changes are in store for residents of the Carlisle, a six-story senior living community at 450 E. Ocean Ave., in Lantana.
Senior Lifestyle Corp., owner of the luxury retirement community since March 2011, plans to make adjustments to better meet
Changes may be in store for the Carlisle, the high-end, six-story senior living community at the corner of A1A and Ocean Avenue in Lantana.
Up for discussion at the Sept. 10 Lantana Town Council meeting will be a request from the Carlisle to reduce t
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